Creative agency Moving Brands believes young urbanites may find drones, matcha and pugs more fitting for their emoticon lifestyles

Creative agency Moving Brands has rehashed our beloved emojis and turned them into mini-episodes of a millennial’s quest to find purpose in the city. The single coffee emoji has been replaced by 27 varieties, and there’s a Tesla Powerwall emoji for when discussing going green.

In April this year, Apple released over 300 new Emoji characters including more inclusive options for skin tone and race. But amidst all the new faces in the Emoji panel, Moving Brands co-founder Jim Bull noticed unlikely frontrunners:

This content is available for Premium Subscribers only.
Already a subscriber? Log in